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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 18-07-2021, 11:32 Thread Starter
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Cheaper but...

Different, we don't need 4 berths so I can't really judge but surely you would need twice the space for clothes, etc, and as for the fridge, I don't understand why you have to let the cold air out of the fridge if you only need to access the freezer, I know they didn't always do it that way so why design worseness into it.




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So 4 berths but the only double has to be made-up - no thanks.
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Looks more like a 3/4 to me anyway or a single as we have a super king bed at home.
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Looks more like a 3/4 to me anyway or a single as we have a super king bed at home.
We have a king-size at home and all the bedding is inter-changeable with both the fixed over-garage and the overcab dropdown in the MH.

Although we keep two sets of bedding at home and MH. Can't have too much John Lewis - should last my lifetime out, and Basia is a converted fan.
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We have a king-size at home and all the bedding is inter-changeable with both the fixed over-garage and the overcab dropdown in the MH.

Although we keep two sets of bedding at home and MH. Can't have too much John Lewis - should last my lifetime out, and Basia is a converted fan.
Not like you to make a political statement!

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Not like you to make a political statement!

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John Lewis is Partnership

Political?

Then most Accountancy an Law firms are 'Political'

So are all Voters.
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Earlier in the year there was a big story about Johnson redecorating his flat because there was too much John Lewis in it. Not good enough for such an important person!
As per usual he has been mocked for it.

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Great in the front, the back is awful. Had it had a rear lounge that converted into a bed with plenty of windows it might have been a contender.


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